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In 2006, Dujardin starred as racist, sexist secret agent Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath in the comedy OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies, a role which earned him an Etoile D'Or Award and a César Award nomination for Best Actor. The film's success spawned a sequel, OSS 117: Lost in Rio. In 2007, directed by Jan Kounen, he starred in the film 99F (99 francs), a very successful existential parody of an advertising exec, adapted from the eponymous best-seller written by Frédéric Beigbeder. This same year, he ventured in drama for the first time on the silver screen, playing a tortured father and cop in Franck Mancuso's Contre-enquête. In 2009, he appeared in A Man and His Dog alongside screen legend Jean-Paul Belmondo, with whom he has often been compared. In 2010, he starred alongside Albert Dupontel, playing his character's cancer in The Clink of Ice, a French black comedy written and directed by Bertrand Blier.
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Well I am I suppose a Reacher addict, I now have all his books and both movies, the movie were the catalyst in getting into the series. They selected the wrong person to portray Reacher considering Tom Cruise is 5 foot and Reacher is 6foot 6six behemoth. However the selection was made due to box office appeal and big dollars were made including sucking me into the series well done. This I believe puts Lee Childs into the multiple series club with Cussler, Dale Brown, Mathew Rielly, and other such authors, What would be a good thing is to have at least 2 or even three books a year as us reacher junkies are always sweating out on the release of the next book Keep up the great work and more books
I have now read 26 Reacher books and cant wait for the new one and this is some one that has not read a book since leaving school and is now 79yrs old the books are so well written you think Reacher is real are you sure he is not? please do not stop writing these books keep me going. thank you so much.
Have them all upto #26 and read them from book #1 to the end several times. Last couple of books Reacher gets a bit rougher which seems a bit out of character for him. Great reading every time you pick them up.
I love the Jack Reacher books and have often gone back to the start to reread them again. It is great to have such a hero who does not have to swear about and at everything, who can take care of the bad guys so well and often with a Sahara dry comment of warning or to finish of his foe. I enjoy the way Reacher thinks and that the reader is part of that narrative. As an Australian I really enjoyed Reacher down under even if it was only a short story. I know a possible child popped up in a book but what about a real child that belonged to either Reacher or his brother Joe, surely the Reacher line will continue. Reacher getting to old and senile is to much to contemplate and a next generation could be good to see, with a little help from Reacher of course!!!!
My Dad has just given me 12 Jack Reacher books as he swears by them. Now, do I buy this missing ones and read in order they were published or should I just grab one and start reading? Any help appreciated, thanks, Pete.
Read all the Jack Reacher books and loved them all . Hope they would make a movie then gutted when Tom Cruise cast he is not Reacher please please if another movie cast someone like Gerard Butler who you can imagine being Reacher
I love the Jack Reacher books, read them all, David Baldacci runs a close second he also has written many, many books so I always have books to read whilst waiting for the next Jack Reacher book. I like to read in bed and always have a book on the go, NEVER WITHOUT ONE. I have a kindle but I still like my books too.
I am waiting for the Next one and I cannot understand why when at the start of the early books they list jack reacher as being six foot six and 250 pounds then get a short house like tom cruise to play him in film
have read all of the reacher series.have enjoyed them all but the last thre have not contained the intense story lines of previous books. in my opinion i would let reacher gently settle down as he is now reaching that age
I have read and thoroughly enjoyed twenty-one books in the series. I also passed them to my son who introduced me to Jack Reacher. There is no way that Tom Cruise is Jack Reacher! I do not decry him as an actor because he is good in what he does but the story is spoilt for me because the actor is wrong.
I Have read 3 books which i had from a charity shop on recommendation and am totally hooked. just ordered 5 more and excited in anticipation. good writing and easy reading with such exciting twists and unexpected turns. waiting for the postman!
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